February/March 2023

“If I’m an advocate for anything, it’s to move. As far as you can, as much as you can. Across the ocean, or simply across the river. The extent to which you can walk in someone else’s shoes or at least eat their food, it’s a plus for everybody. Open your mind, get up off the couch, move.” —Anthony Bourdain, American chef

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Mujadara with Spiced Cauliflower Rice

This is one of my all-time favorite meatless dishes, inspired by the Lebanese dish Mujadara. In this recipe, I substitute cauliflower rice for the rice and top the mixture with a garlic tahini sauce. It is the ultimate comfort food, perfect for enjoying on a cold winter day.

Red wine in French vineyard.

When I think about travel and fashion, there are two places that jump to the top of my head—Italy and France. Luckily, they make some of the best wines in the world to back up their reputation.

Barbiecore Accessories

Relationship statuses come in all different shades. This February 14, express yourself with a Valentine’s Day outfit that pulls inspiration from across the color wheel.

These Impossible Things

Books from two international authors invite your imagination to travel while your body stays put.

Couple on vacation wearing sunglasses.

A longstanding style staple of travel, regardless of the climate you’re visiting, is sunglasses.

Tashie George

Tashie George is in the business of finding solutions. The Liberian-born, New York-raised Plymouth resident has created change in each of her communities through IFRI LLC. Her ever-evolving company looks to bridge the gap between Africa and the African diaspora in the U.S.

A family traveling at the airport.

The most efficient way to travel from Point A to Point B is in a straight line, but that’s rarely the route trips take. In reality, travelers move in squiggly lines and often relish the experience more because of it.

The Devon Worley Band members posing outside.

What do Willie Nelson, Led Zeppelin, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Heart all have in common? Yes, they all have the letter “E” in their names. No, that’s not the answer.

Ashlee Ciora on a golf course.

Ashlee Ciora was living in downtown Los Angeles when her life coach told her repeatedly, “I see green in your future,” Ciora says.

Sweetheart Special from Luce Line Brewing Co.

Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, a workday in the middle of another busy week, which might make celebrating a little less celebratory. However, Luce Line Brewing Co. believes love can still be in the air.

Chef Martín Morelli working in the kitchen.

Martín Morelli now calls Plymouth home, but it’s been one of many over an international career with Four Seasons. Originally from Montevideo, Uruguay, the chef has traveled through South and Central America up to the U.S.

Affectionate Nose Touch by This Cute Fox Couple!

“My friend/neighbor, who lives a block away from my house in Plymouth, notified me on a very cold day that she had two red foxes in her backyard.